The popular Indian film actress, Aindrita Ray celebrated her 35th birthday this year on April 16. Aindrita made her debut in 2007 with the film Meravanige and later appeared in several commercially successful films in Kannada. She is best known for her critically acclaimed performance as Devika, a mentally challenged girl, in the film Manasaare (2009). Aindrita will be next seen alongside Siddharth Mahesh, Srinagar Kitty and Ashika Ranganath in Dhankumar K’s upcoming action film Garuda.
Aindrita Ray Biography
Aindrita Ray was born on April 16, 1985, into a Bengali family in Udaipur, Rajasthan to AK Ray and Sunita Ray. Aindrita attended Baldwin Girls High School in Bangalore and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Dental Science from B. R. Ambedkar Dental College in Bangalore. During her college days, she also did modelling and appeared in television commercials. Her appearance in some popular TV commercials opened her offers in the film industry. She started her acting career by appearing in Kannada films, and in short films as well.
Aindrita was professionally trained under fashion choreographer M. S. Sreedhar. She was first seen in a song in the 2006 Kannada movie Jackpot alongside Harsha and Dhyaan. She made her acting debut in Mahesh Babu’s 2008 film Meravanige in which she played the role of ‘Nandini’, opposite Prajwal Devaraj. Aindrita received critical appreciation for her acting and dance performance in the film that was a moderate success at the box office. In the same year, she made a cameo appearance in R. Ananth Raju’s 2008 Kannada comedy-romance film Mast Majaa Madi starring Sudeep, Vijay Raghavendra, Diganth, Naga Kiran, Komal and Jennifer Kotwal in lead roles.
Aindrita Ray Top Hits
A breakthrough in Aindrita’s career was Duniya Soori’s romantic action film Junglee in 2009, alongside Duniya Vijay and Rangayana Raghu. In the same year, she starred in Yograj Bhat’s romantic psychological film Manasaare opposite Diganth in the lead role. She was critically acclaimed for the role of ‘Devika’, a mentally challenged girl that she played in the film. Aindrita’s another notable film was S. Narayan’s 2010 drama film Veera Parampare alongside Ambarish and Sudeep. Her performance in the film got her nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada. One of her notable appearance in 2011 was Yogaraj Bhat’s romantic comedy film Paramathma starring Puneeth Rajkumar and Deepa Sannidhi in lead roles. She was critically acclaimed for the obsessive character role she played in the film. In 2011, she also starred in Dharani’s romantic action film Dhool alongside Yogesh and Prakash Raj in the lead roles and R. Anantha Raju’s film Manasina Maathu opposite Ajay Rao. Her notable films in 2012 were Prabhu Srinivas’s romantic comedy film Parijatha opposite Diganth and Mahesh Babu’s action film Prem Adda starring Prem, Meka Murali Krishna and Kriti Kharbanda in lead roles. In 2013, she appeared in Pradeep Raj’s romantic drama film Rajani Kantha opposite Duniya Vijay and A. Harsha’s fantasy action film Bhajarangi opposite Shiva Rajkumar.
In 2014, she made her Bengali debut in Raja Chanda’s comedy thriller film Bachchan alongside Jeet and Payel Sarkar. In 2015, she made a special appearance in the song ‘Kuntebille’ from Ghouse Peer’s action comedy film Sharp Shooter starring Diganth and Sangeeta Chauhan in the lead role. She appeared in three films in 2016, Shashank’s romantic drama film Mungaru Male 2 alongside Ganesh, V. Ravichandran and Neha Shetty, Guru Deshpande’s comedy-drama film John Jani Janardhan starring Ajay Rao, Yogesh and Krishna in lead roles and Apoorva Kasaravalli’s romantic drama film Niruttara alongside Rahul Bose, Kiran Srinivas and Bhavana. Her appearances in 2017 were Tharun Kishore Sudhir’s action drama film Chowka alongside Prem Kumar, Vijay Raghavendra, Diganth, Prajwal Devaraj, Chikkanna, Priyamani, Bhavana and Deepa Sannidhi in lead roles, Kashinath is a special role and Darshan in a cameo appearance, Jaggesh’s comedy-drama film Melkote Manja alongside Jaggesh and Rangayana Raghu and Raja Chanda’s romantic drama film Amar Aponjon alongside Soham Chakraborty, Subhashree Ganguly, Priyanka Sarkar, Mimi Chakraborty and Siddartha Chatterjee. In 2018, she made a special appearance in Anil Kumar’s comedy-drama film Raambo 2 starring Sharan in the lead role, with Ashika Ranganath, Chikkanna, P. Ravishankar and Tabla Nani in the principal roles.
Aindrita Ray Awards
Aindrita has won AKKA Best Actress Award, Suvarna Best Actress Award and South Scope Best Kannada Actress for the film Manasaare (2009). She won SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 2012 for the film Paramathma (2011) and in 2014 for the film Bhajarangi (2013).
Aindrita Ray Personal Life
Aindrita is married to actor Diganth Manchale since 2018. Aindrita and Diganth have appeared together in films like Mast Maja Maadi (2008), Manasaare (2009), Parijatha (2012), Sharpshooter (2015) and Chowka (2017). Aindrita spent her childhood in Rajasthan and later moved to Mumbai. As her father, A. K. Ray, was a prosthodontist in the Indian Air Force, her family moved from one place to another and finally settled in Bangalore.
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